Kuşatma (The Siege) focuses on the challenges Turkey faced between the years 2013-2017, which the writer says Turkey was strictly under some kind of Siege by a global actor US with the help of PKK and the Gulen organization and some regional actors.
This book comprises a period starting from 2002 ends in 2010 in which AK Party has come to power and initiated a new paradigm in Turkish foreign policy. Ahmet Davutoglu was the main architect of Turkish foreign policy. The book focuses on the main principles and preferences of this new paradigm. That’s why the sub title of the book ‘Hoca’ was ‘Davutoglu impact on Turkish Foreign Policy’
Kavga (The Fight) focuses on the foreing policy practices of Turkey during the Arap Spring. What were the attitudes and outcomes of Turkey in this regional turmoil?